Glendale

Home of the Whistle Stop and the Depot Restaurants.

Nestled by the tracks in beautiful central Kentucky Glendale welcomes you to an atmosphere of quaint charm.

Dining, shopping lodging and a playground (all within an easy stroll) provide delightful entertainment for every Member of the family.

Stay a weekend or stay a week - you'll be glad you came
For details : (270) 3698586 or (270) 369-6000

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Attractions :

  • The Whistle Slop and The Depot Restaurant.
  • 20 Antique, Craft and Gift Shops
  • Two Bed and Breakfast Inns;
  • Carriage Rides (in season)
  • Other Attraction within an Easy Drive

Glendale is located just 3 minutes off Hwy 31w on Hwy 222. Coming from the North, lake Hwy 31w Bypass in Elizabethtown to Hwy 1136 or from the South turn left onto Hwy 222 from Hwy 31W which will take you right into the heart of Historic Glendale.

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CALENDAR OF EVENTS

  • Central Kentucky Antique Show Second Saturday in March
  • Glendale Lion's Club Chicken Barbeque and Garden Tour 3rd Saturday in June
  • True Kentucky Art & Craft Fair 1st Saturday in July
  • Glendale Crossing Festival 3rd Saturday in October
  • Christmas In the Country Every Saturday in December

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